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ID@Xbox Stream Adds Even More Titles To Xbox Game Pass

We can say without question at this point that Xbox Game Pass is an insane deal. Whether you're paying $4.99 per month on PC, $9.99 per month on console, or $14.99 per month for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you are arguably getting your money's worth. And somehow, someway, the service just keeps adding games.

Case in point: the latest ID@Xbox stream, which not only gave the spotlight to indie developers on the Xbox One, but also managed to sneak in a whole slew of new Xbox Game Pass announcements. Here's what you can expect in the days and weeks ahead.

Xbox Game Pass for PC:

  • Munchkin
  • Lonely Mountains: Downhill
  • Demon's Tilt
  • Genesis Noir
  • Minit
  • The Talos Principle
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul
  • Cities: Skylines (Windows 10 Edition)
  • Dead by Daylight
  • The Red Strings Club
  • State of Mind

Xbox Game Pass for Console:

  • Munchkin
  • Lonely Mountains: Downhill
  • Demon's Tilt
  • Genesis Noir
  • Minit
  • The Talos Principle
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul
  • Yooka-Laylee
  • The Escapists 2

Unfortunately, the ID@Xbox stream wasn't keen on giving us release dates for any of the above titles. All we know is that they're coming soon. It's worth noting, however, that we had a similar stream a few months back, and once we rounded the corner into the next month, those ID@Xbox titles started flying at us with great speed. There's a very good chance we could see some of, if not most of these titles come early to mid October.

And thank goodness for Xbox Game Pass, by the way. Not that there aren't enough games to play right now — there are way too many — but this service does a heck of a job rounding up the titles we plan on buying at some point. If you're in a similar boat, and you've had a game like The Talos Principle in your Steam Wish list forever just waiting for a sale, Xbox Game Pass definitely comes in handy.

Hopefully it can stay this good forever. It has to be costing Microsoft a lot of money to run this thing.

We'll be back with more Xbox Game Pass updates as they come.